It wasn’t difficult because Israeli men are usually straightforward and spontaneous.
This seemed to be one of the best features of my life in Tel Aviv.
In November, Gopstein said he is worried about increasing rates of Jewish-Arab relationships.
If Yair and Leikanger stay together in spite of all the attention paid to their romance (and, you know, all the normal reasons people break up) and decide to tie the knot they won't be able to do so in Israel under the country's current marriage laws.
Over 16 years ago a couple met on a Jewish dating site.
They got married, had some kids and decided that they wanted to give back in a meaningful way.
The 32-year-old TV personality was photographed cozying up to her new man, Israel Houghton, at the Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa in Tulum, Mexico, which is causing quite some drama.
"It deeply saddens me that an innocent party would be dragged into this situation that I have taken personal responsibility for. Most of all she is a true friend, and she should not be blamed for my past indiscretions."Houghton had indeed been very honest about his split from Meleasa in a statement he released at the time."It is with a collective heavy heart that we announce that after over 20 years of marriage and a long separation, Meleasa and I are officially divorced," the Grammy winner said on Instagram.
"Several years ago I failed and sinned in my marriage.
All Jewish Israeli marriages are conducted by the strict rabbinate, which not only requires both parties to be Jewish (and of opposite genders), but has incredibly strict conversion laws, which require an individual to convert and for the conversion to be deemed acceptable before the two can be joined.
Interfaith and secular Jewish couples traditionally hop to Cyprus to get married, where marriage laws are more relaxed and women don't require permission from their husbands to get a divorce, as required by Orthodox Jewish law.